Clyde C. Hadden Elementary
Hello Hadden Parents and Students!
My name is Kaitlin Rudolph, I am 26 years old and a 4th year Intervention Specialist for the Riverside Local School Distrtict. I grew up in Concord, Ohio and went to Lake Catholic High School. After high school, I attended Edinboro University of Pennsylvania where I earned my bachelor's degree in Early Childhood and Special Education. After graduation I was lucky enough to find a job in my hometown with Riverside Local School District. My favorite colors are gold and pink. I ? coffee, chocolate, target, country music, reading a good book, and spending time with friends and family. I am a big fan of all Cleveland sports teams and I love watching and going to games in my spare time. I also coach Freshman Cheerleading at RHS. This is my fourth year at Hadden Elementary and I’m so excited to be here with your children 5 days/week after splitting my time with both Madison Avenue and Hale Road in the past 3 years!! I am looking forward to working with my students and their parent/guardian(s) this year to make our last year together at Hadden another enjoyable and successful one! If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me!
To the right you will find some helpful links for students who receive math services/intervention from me. I encourage students to take time at home each night to get on SuccessMaker. If they chart their progress on SuccessMaker at home and turn in their home chart to me, they can get extra stickers to work towards earning some cool prizes!
SuccessMaker Reward System
Student must earn a score of 70% or higher on a session to earn a sticker on their classroom sticker chart
- 70% or higher = 1 sticker
- 10 stickers = Choose a prize from treasure chest
- 20 stickers = Choose another prize from treasure chest
- 25 stickers = Miss Rudolph buys you lunch of your choice (McDonald's, Wendy's, Subway)
This year we welcomed a new friend into our classroom! Meet Clyde, the classroom bearded dragon! Clyde came to us through Pets in the Classroom, an educational grant program that provides financial support to teachers to purchase and maintain small animals in the classroom. Students are having fun learning how to care for our new pet and measuring/tracking his growth each week! He is small now, but bearded dragons can get up to 16-24 inches long from head to tail! He is a great resource for our classroom and will help teach students about responsibility, relationships, and caring for living things!